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Jean Shin, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM), Philadelphia, TEXTile, 2006. Computer keycaps, fabric, and projection. 36 x 46 x 276 inches.  Photo Credit: Carlos Avendaño TOP: Felix Gonzalez-Torres, “Untitled” (Portrait of The Fabric Workshop and Museum, a gift to Kippy), 1994 (detail). Paint on wall. Dimensions vary with installation. Photo Credit: Carlos Avendaño
BOTTOM: Donald Lipski, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM), Philadelphia. Who’s Afraid of Red, White and Blue # 37, 1990. White wool gabardine. 71 x 115 inches. Photo Credit: Carlos Avendaño All works listed below were created in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia. Selections from the Permanent Collection (installation view). Sidney Goodman. Elephant Dreams (left), 1988. Black pigment on pink cotton sateen. 87 x 53.5 inches. Carrie Mae Weems. Looking High and Low (right), 1993. Pigment on paper. 26.5 inches (width). Photo credit: Carlos Avendaño.
Jean Shin, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM), Philadelphia, TEXTile, 2006. Computer keycaps, fabric, and projection. 36 x 46 x 276 inches.  Photo Credit: Carlos Avendaño
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TOP: Felix Gonzalez-Torres, “Untitled” (Portrait of The Fabric Workshop and Museum, a gift to Kippy), 1994 (detail). Paint on wall. Dimensions vary with installation. Photo Credit: Carlos Avendaño
BOTTOM: Donald Lipski, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM), Philadelphia. Who’s Afraid of Red, White and Blue # 37, 1990. White wool gabardine. 71 x 115 inches. Photo Credit: Carlos Avendaño
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All works listed below were created in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia. Selections from the Permanent Collection (installation view). Sidney Goodman. Elephant Dreams (left), 1988. Black pigment on pink cotton sateen. 87 x 53.5 inches. Carrie Mae Weems. Looking High and Low (right), 1993. Pigment on paper. 26.5 inches (width). Photo credit: Carlos Avendaño.
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Selections from the Permanent Collection

June 22, 2013–Fall 2013


Artists:
Tom Marioni
Carrie Mae Weems
Jean Shin
Sidney Goodman
Donald Lipski
Felix Gonzalez-Torres

The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) is the only museum of its kind in the world, and the permanent collection documents its unique history of artistic activity with contemporary artists. Numbering at over 5,600 objects, this collection traces many major movements in the field since 1977. Selections from the Permanent Collection presents work by former FWM Artists-in-Residence including Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Sidney Goodman, Donald Lipski, Tom Marioni, Jean Shin, and Carrie Mae Weems. On view at FWM’s The New Temporary Contemporary, 1222 Arch Street.